Tag: mental health

Anxiety, Depression, Suicide

doctor suicidesWhat You Don’t Know About Doctor Suicides Could Put Your Life at Risk

Most of us wish our health care system served us better. We pay too much for too little care. Often, we take our frustration out on our doctors. But our doctors may be in worse shape than we are. I know. I was in medical school and saw what we do to our doctors. They […]

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Anxiety, Depression, Psychology, Relationships

personal connectionPersonal Connections Are Essential for Mental Health Recovery

Facing a condition such as bipolar disorder can be frightening. However, for one Yale Medicine patient, healing has happened through a range of personal connections. In his cooking classes, Bob Forlano likes to make dal, the Indian dish with red lentils, celery, onion, garlic, thyme and cumin. “And since I’m a steak-and-potatoes guy,” he says, “I […]

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Depression, Fatherhood, Masculinity, Psychology, Relationships

dad escapes from the nuthouseFrom Madness to Manhood: My Father Escapes from the Nuthouse

We were planning to celebrate my 13th birthday with a dinner at my special restaurant, The Pump Room, which served my favorite dessert, a strawberry short-cake with homemade whipped cream. But the celebration was interrupted with a phone call from my uncle, Harry. “Edith, Muni escaped from Camarillo today,” uncle Harry told her. I could hear his anxiety […]

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Health, Mental Health

How to Make Sure Your Mental Health & Physical Fitness Are Complementary

In today’s world, many people are realizing that optimizing mental and physical well-being will play an integral role in generating health and happiness. If you’ve recently drawn this conclusion, now is the time to consider which lifestyle changes you’ll need to implement for the purpose of ensuring that your mental health and physical fitness are […]

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Mental Health

men's mental healthMen’s Mental Health: Four Ways to Address Psychological Struggles

Mental illness affects men and women of all ages, but can be especially difficult with men. Depression, for instance, can take the form of anger rather than sadness. Traditional masculine roles also make it harder to admit weakness and seek help. However, there are ways for men to cope with mental problems. Value Success, Not […]

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